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well im specifically talking about cel/errors.

which i think they should log all errors that even tho the error is only for a short period of time.

for example i had a cylinder miss firing during start or the fuel run a little to rich etc. it flash for like 2 sec but. all that is logged even after 1 month of driving.

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well im specifically talking about cel/errors.

which i think they should log all errors that even tho the error is only for a short period of time.

for example i had a cylinder miss firing during start or the fuel run a little to rich etc. it flash for like 2 sec but. all that is logged even after 1 month of driving.

Oh yeah, of course my car does that, and it sent it to the onstar system, but then it deleted itself when I took it to the dealer.

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Just for shits, I looked up what kind of used cars were out there that were (a) under $19k, (b ) under 60k miles, (c ) 2008 or newer, (d) manual trans, (e) 4 cylinder, (f) that I could actually see myself driving:

 

$14k - 09 Chevy Cobalt SS

 

$16k - 08 VW GTI 2dr, there were actually 2 right around this price

 

$17k - 08 Mazda Speed3, there were actually 3 right around this price

 

$17k - 09 Chevy Cobalt SS Coupe

 

$18k - 08 Subaru WRX TR

 

$18k - 09 VW GTI 2dr

 

$19k - 09 VW GTI 2dr

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So in the midst of all the cheap honda's, kias and toyota's (the highest end vehicles I typically see is Civic/Yaris), I saw a Nissan GTR haha.

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stability control should be standard. which i think they are now adays.

 

these people either just dont try counter steering or they just plain turn off the assist just like that lambo fish tailing allover the fucking place.

but then again hes prob going 100mph +

 

EDIT BY KUHLA: FIXED YOUR HTML BRO

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they all cheap cars.

 

i think its more of the area where all this cars get jacked.

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I posted that without actually reading the article...now that I read it...its a completely pointless article. Don't even bother reading it as the author simply rehashes the statement that all small cars suck against bigger cars. Duh.

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I was actually looking for info on the diesel engine they were going to go with. Thanks for posting info.

 

The 328d goes in a bit of a different direction, having a 2.0-liter turbo four good for 180 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque. That's an impressive number, as is the estimated mileage: as much as 48 mpg. Not bad, BMW. Expect this one to come in rear- or all-wheel-drive form.

 

Damn. That is nice. Especially the RWD or AWD part of it.

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